Millions of Years—an Attack on the Cross

After watching what turned into a two-hour debate between Hugh Ross and me on TBN television last week, AiG board chairman, Pastor Don Landis, gave an address to the AiG staff yesterday morning titled “Contending for the Faith” (Jude 3). Jude 3 states “Beloved, while I was very diligent to write to you concerning our common salvation, I found it necessary to write to you exhorting you to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints.”

His powerful address focused on challenging the staff to understand that compromising with millions of years is really an attack on the work of Christ—it is an attack on the Cross.

I really urge you to listen to this very powerful and moving 40-minute presentation.  You can do that by clicking below:

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After listening to this message by Pastor Landis, and even if you have already watched the TBN program, you are  encouraged to watch the two-hour debate again at this link.

Many viewers have found that this debate has turned into a great teaching tool to help Christians understand how to defend the Christian faith, and to get them to realize that the age of the earth issue is not a side issue but one that really is an authority issue about the Bible—a battle between the authority of the Word of God and the beliefs of fallible, sinful humans.  I have heard of professors using this debate to teach students the real foundational issue over a lack of accepting biblical authority that is so destructive to the church and culture.

I would now encourage you to watch the TBN debate and use the powerful message from Pastor Don to help others understand that those who compromise God’s Word with millions of years are (wittingly or unwittingly) really engaged in an attack on the Cross.  What a serious issue.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken